After being announced last week, the new Sandstone White OnePlus 5T is now available for purchase from the OnePlus website for just $559.
Razer has announced “Project Linda” at CES. It’s a shell for the Razer Phone that transforms the phone into a laptop. This has been attempted many times in the past, but Razer is doing something new and interesting.
LG has shared its preliminary financial results for Q4 2017, revealing that the company had an operating profit of more than $340 million.
A few companies at CES have announced smart displays with Google Assistant. Lenovo was one company that had a device to show off. The device looks sort of like a propped up tablet with a big speaker on one side.
If you feel like your email is out of control, Inbox is a great app to try. Inbox has a lot of features that Gmail users might not be familiar with. We’ve got some great tips and tricks that will transform your inbox into a highly productive and organized powerhouse.
GoPro has found themselves in a bit of trouble the past few years. After making a name for themselves in the action camera market, an attempt was made at expanding their product line to include drones. Today they’ve announced they’re now exiting the drone business.
Check out the new Android TV redesign that will launch with Android O. Android TV engagement is through the roof as more manufacturers announce support at CES 2018.
Powermat finally admits what we’ve all known for years: “Qi has become the dominant wireless charging standard on the market.” They’re now officially joining Qi and the Wireless Power Consortium.
A new report claims that AT&T is backing out of its deal with Huawei to bring devices to the US market. There’s no mention as to what has caused the change.
It’s that time again. Another month is in the books, which means Google has released the Android distribution numbers. Once again, the numbers don’t look good for Oreo.
Huawei has started its own Android Oreo beta test for owners of the Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Plus in Romania. There’s no mention as to when the final version will roll out.
Android has been around for nearly 10 years now and over that time, lots of things have happened. Here’s 10 more things you probably didn’t know about Android.
Facebook had high hopes for their AI-powered virtual assistant — dubbed simply “M” — when they unveiled it back in 2015. You can find limited functionality of M inside of Facebook Messenger right now, but most users will never see its full potential.
At CES, Huawei announced there will be 20,000 limited edition red models of the Honor 7X. The first 100 customers (in each country) will also receive a pair of red Monster Am15 headphones.
As a companion to the Best Android Phones, we’ve created a list for the Best Cheap Android Phones. These phones won’t break the bank, but they will provide a pleasant experience.
A new rumor from industry sources claim that LG will be launching its latest flagship sometime in April, after the device is unveiled in March.
A listing on AliExpress shows that the HTC U11 Plus may soon be available in a new “red” color variant. There’s no mention as to when this will launch.
Garmin is taking the dash cam to the next level with some smart integrations. The Garmin Speak Plus is a dash cam that includes Amazon Alexa.
Garmin has announced the new Forerunner 645 Music which is capable of storing up to 500 songs while also including a built-in GPS chip and heart rate monitor.
Google has surprisingly announced that it has combined the likes of Android Pay and Google Wallet under one brand, now known as Google Pay.
There has been an Easter egg in every new version of Android since Gingerbread. Google Search is also full of Easter eggs (this one is our favorite). So it’s no surprise that Google Assistant has Easter eggs, but we were blown away by the amount that we found
We thought it’d be fun to think about what the worst Android phones have been so far. My colleagues and I have had a fun time putting this list together and talking about what awarded each device’s spot in this list. Come check out some of the worst Android phones of all time!
At CES 2018, ASUS has announced that the ZenFone Max Plus will launch in the US next month, and will be priced at $229 while coming in two color options.
Samsung is doubling down on Bixby at CES this year. After launching Bixby on the Samsung Galaxy S8 early in 2017, Samsung is putting the voice assistant in other products.